Spring Virtual Convocation Ceremony | St. Clair College

Dear Saints – The Graduating Class of 2020-21:

Today, your Convocation day, is both a joyous and a sad day, an end and a beginning.

I and St. Clair’s administration, and certainly all of your professors, are over-joyed as we celebrate your achievement. At the best of times, pursuing and securing a postsecondary education is an onerous challenge. The fact that your accomplishment took place in the midst of a global pandemic that severely disrupted many elements of our lives makes it all the more remarkable. With the greatest admiration, we congratulate you for your dedication and perseverance.

Our joy is tinged with sadness too…the sadness that arises whenever we must bid “Farewell” to students, exacerbated by the fact that we cannot do so with an in-person ceremony due to the ongoing pandemic. Please know that I and all of your professors are sending you “virtual hand-shakes and hugs” as we stage this on-line Convocation. We’re going to miss the inspired and inspiring Class of 2020-21.

This is the end of the first phase of your postsecondary education. I phrase it in that manner because I hope, and fully expect, that all of you will be life-long learners, who will continually be upgrading your skills and expanding your knowledge, both as a career strategy and a quality-of-life trait.

And as this element of your schooling concludes, your professional life begins. With your St. Clair-provided knowledge and skills in-hand, you launch your careers in a regional, provincial, national and international workforce that desperately needs your innovation and your persistent attitude. The pandemic has damaged business-and-industry, and social and healthcare services, in innumerable ways. To a very great degree, it is you, with your state-of-the-art abilities, who will be “coming to the rescue” of both our economy and our society. And I am unreservedly confident that this rebuilding and recovery will be in good hands, thanks to your involvement.

A word is warranted, too, to your family members and friends…two words, actually: Thank You. The support and encouragement that you provided to our graduates during their unusually difficult postsecondary experience played a significant part in their ultimate success. Their achievement is also your achievement, so I extend the College’s Congratulations to you too.

In closing, Dear Saints, Thank You for choosing St. Clair for your education, and for the truly exceptional dedication that you demonstrated during the past year as you completed that education in the midst of unprecedented crisis. That single-minded dedication will serve you well – and will serve our world very well indeed – in the years to come.

Farewell, and stay well.

Patti France

Patti France, M.Ad.Ed.
President

Virtual Convocation Ceremonies

There are eight separate ceremonies.

Download the Spring 2021 Convocation Program

Please enjoy reviewing the Spring 2021 convocation book. We apologize for any error or ommission of a graduate. If you have a concern please email mburke@stclaircollege.ca.

School of Academic Studies, Chatham
Session One Programs:
  • Border Services
  • Business
  • Business – Accounting
  • Developmental Services Worker
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Electrical Engineering Technician
  • Powerline Technician
Ace Acumen Academy, Toronto
Session Two Programs:
  • Business
  • Computer Systems Technician – Networking
  • Human Resources Management
  • International Business Management – Logistics Systems
  • Office Administration – General
  • Office Administration – Health Services
  • Social Service Worker – Gerontology
School of Media, Art and Design
Session Three Programs:
  • Advertising and Marketing Communications
  • Animation 2D/3D
  • Culinary Management
  • Event Management
  • Fashion Design Technician
  • Graphic Design
  • Hospitality – Hotel and Restaurant
  • Journalism
  • Music Theatre – Performance
  • Public Relations
  • Tourism – Travel
School of Community Studies
Session Four Programs:
  • Autism and Behavioural Science
  • Border Services
  • Community and Justice Services
  • Community Integration through Cooperative Education
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Educational Support
  • General Arts and Science
  • Liberal Arts
  • Paralegal
  • Police Foundations
  • Protection, Security and Investigation
  • Social Service Worker – Gerontology
School of Engineering Technologies
Session Five Programs:
  • Architectural Technology
  • Biomedical Engineering Technology
  • Chemical Laboratory Technology
  • Civil Engineering Technology
  • Construction Engineering Technician
  • Construction Project Management
  • Electromechanical Engineering Technician - Robotics
  • Electronics Engineering Technology – Industrial Automation
  • Interior Design
  • Mechanical Engineering Technology – Automotive Product Design
Schools of Health Sciences and Nursing
Session Six Programs:
  • Diagnostic Medical Sonography
  • Esthetician
  • Fitness and Health Promotion
  • Paramedic
  • Respiratory Therapy
  • Veterinary Technician
  • Occupational Therapist Assistant and Physiotherapist Assistant
  • Personal Support Worker
  • Practical Nursing
  • Pre – Health Sciences Pathway to Advanced Diplomas and Degrees
Zekelman School of Business and Information Technology
Session Seven Programs:
  • Accounting
  • Business
  • Business – Accounting
  • Business – Marketing
  • Business Administration – Accounting
  • Business Administration – Finance
  • Business Administration – Human Resources
  • Business Administration – Marketing
  • Computer Systems Technician – Networking
  • Data Analytics for Business
  • Esports Administration and Entrepreneurship
  • Human Resources Management
  • International Business Management – Logistics Systems
  • Mobile Applications Development
  • Office Administration – Executive
  • Office Administration – General
  • Office Administration – Health Services
  • Sport and Recreation Management
School of Skilled Trades and Apprenticeships
Session Eight Programs:
  • Automotive Service Technician
  • Brick and Stone Mason
  • Carpentry and Renovation Techniques
  • Electrical Techniques
  • Hairstyling
  • Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technician
  • Horticulture Technician – Landscape
  • Mechanical Engineering Technician – Industrial
  • Mechanical Technician – CAD/CAM
  • Mechanical Techniques – Precision Metal Cutting
  • Motive Power Technician
  • Plumbing Techniques
  • Woodworking Technician
Anishinabek Educational Institute
Session Nine Programs:
  • Binoojiinyag Kinoomaadwin - Native Early Childhood Education
  • Native Community Worker - Traditional Healing Methods
  • Personal Support Worker
  • Practical Nursing
  • Pre-Health Sciences Pathway to Advanced Diplomas and Degrees

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Welcome to the St. Clair College Alumni family,
we're a big family,
more than 115,000 strong.

We've all had to switch gears in so many different ways, with school, work, family and certainly in our social lives. It's been different, it's been hard, but you've persevered though these unprecedented times. Be proud of your accomplishments! You are now a St. Clair College graduate, and that's special.

On behalf of the Alumni, we can clearly see you have earned your place along side us and we couldn't be prouder of you.

Congratulations, you're now part of a family that's Saints Strong!

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Academic Award Recipients

The Governors General's Medal in the form of a bronze medallion provided by the Honours Directorate, the Chancellery, Rideau Hall, Ottawa, is the highest award that can be conferred upon a full-time graduating student and recognizes outstanding academic achievement on the part of its recipient as well as all who are nominated.

Governors General's award recipient Erika Bondy


The Board of Governors' Medal in the form of a gold medal with the St. Clair College coat of arms on the face and the recipient's name and date on the reverse, is awarded to one graduate each year who has demonstrated the most outstanding academic achievement in a one-, two- or three-year program.

Board of Governor's Medal recipient Khushboo Patel


The President's Medal in the form of a silver medallion with the St. Clair College coat of arms on the face and the recipient's name and date on the reverse, is awarded to three graduating students who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement combined with noteworthy participation and leadership during the students' years at the College with the emphasis on the graduating year. Three awards are presented annually, one for Windsor, one for Chatham, one for Ace Acumen Academy.

The President's Medal award recipient Akhila Juneja

The President's Medal award recipient Hannah Lacroix

The President's Medal award recipient Ndricim Strazimiri


The Student Leadership Medal, in the form of a suitably engraved medallion, is awarded to one fulltime Windsor Campus, Chatham Campus, one Ace Acumen Academy, and potentially one Anishinabek Educational Institute (AEI), where applicable, graduating student each year (three awards in total), in recognition of satisfactory academic achievement and contribution to the promotion of the campus environment through his/her relationships with staff and fellow students.

The Student Leadership Medal award recipient Heidi Bajcar

The Student Leadership Medal award recipient Simple Rani

The Student Leadership Medal award recipient Thador Tekhli


The Faculty Academic Award, in the form of a certificate and/or token of recognition, along with a congratulatory letter is awarded to that graduating student in each program who has best demonstrated academic excellence. This award may be presented to graduates of part-time programs as well as full-time programs.

Program Name First Name Last Name
Mobile Applications Development Abel Anderson
Business Akashdeep Singh
Journalism Albert Sharp
Event Management Amanda Hutchison
Horticulture Technician - Landscape Andrew Mclean
Plumbing Techniques Andrew Collier
Fitness and Health Promotion Ashleigh Parkinson
Advertising and Marketing Communications Management Ashley Zajacz
Esports Administration and Entrepreneurship Ashley Fischer
Pre - Health Sciences Pathway to Advanced Diplomas and Degrees Ashley Ouellette
International Business Management - Logistics Systems Ashwani Kumar
Early Childhood Education Autumn Denomme
Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technician Brendan Buchanan
Occupational Therapist Assistant and Physiotherapist Assistant Brittany Woods
Music Theatre - Performance Caitlin Feldman
Personal Support Worker Carly Christian
Office Administration - General Charlotte Hui
Electromechanical Engineering Technician - Robotics Cheryll Reyes
Community and Justice Services Connor Petley
Business Curtis Parent
Electronics Engineering Technology - Industrial Automation Curtis Ireland
Chemical Laboratory Technology David White
Early Childhood Education Deborah Ann Krech
Mechanical Technician - CAD/CAM Devid Zakariya
Woodworking Technician Diana Mezei
Social Service Worker - Gerontology Eliane Piccoli
Computer Systems Technology - Networking Elizabeth Nelson
Data Analytics for Business Girish Dayaldas Chandwani
Public Relations Gregory Morgan
Computer Systems Technician - Networking Gurjinder Kaur
Liberal Arts Hannah Schaefer
Interior Design Isabel Reynolds
Architectural Technology Jacey Steen
Business Administration - Accounting Janine Poirier
Human Resources Management Jasreman Kaur
Carpentry and Renovation Techniques Jean Marc Mailloux
Personal Support Worker Jessica Adams
Business - Accounting Jessica Evans
Mechanical Engineering Technology - Automotive Product Design John Michael Orcsik
Civil Engineering Technology Joslyn Gagnier
Fashion Design Technician Kaighla Poplawski
International Business Management - Logistics Systems Kanika Chopra
Autism and Behavioural Science Katie Beaton
Biomedical Engineering Technology - Equipment and Devices Keagan Mcgeen
Culinary Management Keely Pardo
Veterinary Technician Krista Castonguay
Motive Power Technician Kurtis Fuerth
Office Administration - Executive Lauren Beacom
Business Lei Bian
Border Services Leilani Ferrante
Powerline Technician Marcel Simard
Business Administration - Human Resources Marta Soszynski
Hospitality - Hotel and Restaurant Massiel Hernandez
Respiratory Therapy Meghan Authier
Office Administration - Health Services Navpreet Kaur
Electrical Engineering Technician Nicholas Empringham
Pre - Health Sciences Pathway to Advanced Diplomas and Degrees Ola Saada
Animation - 2D/3D Quintin Greaves
Electrical Techniques Rebecca Rivest
Computer Systems Technician - Networking Renato Ribeiro Lira Da Silva
Educational Support Samantha Scussolin
Community Integration through Cooperative Education Samuel Oliva
Construction Project Management Sara Palmer
Protection, Security and Investigation Sarah Wilkins
Paralegal Shaelynn Pereira
Business Administration - Finance Shauna Tremblay
Developmental Services Worker Shelby Robillard
Police Foundations Sihyeon Yoon
General Arts and Science Stewart Watson
Business - Marketing Suhas Vijay Kumar
Social Service Worker - Gerontology Sukhdeep Kaur
Human Resources Management Susan Cook
Office Administration - Health Services Tenezee Emeka
Business Administration - Marketing Thanh Han Tran
Business - Accounting Thi Thuy Vy Nguyen
Mechanical Engineering Technician - Industrial Ulises Guadalupe Martinez Centeno
Tourism - Travel Vanessa Cecilia Granados Perez
Brick and Stone Mason Vincent Zongaro
Sport and Recreation Management Willow Eldon
Graphic Design Yan Yung Cheng
Construction Engineering Technician Zhijian Cao

The Student Leadership Award, in the form of a certificate and/or token of recognition, along with a congratulatory letter is awarded to that graduating student in each program (full- or part-time) who best combines academic achievement and leadership.

Program Name First Name Last Name
International Business Management - Logistics Systems Akhila Juneja
Personal Support Worker Alexandra Murphy
Community and Justice Services Alisha Benson
Office Administration - Health Services Alyssa Beaugrand
Music Theatre - Performance Amelia Hilton
Personal Support Worker Andrea Baert
Business - Accounting Bailey Mancinone
Public Relations Bradley Shank
Mechanical Engineering Technician - Industrial Branden Wry
Electrical Techniques Brendan Klingbyle
Biomedical Engineering Technology - Equipment and Devices Bryce Mcgregor
Respiratory Therapy Carissa Coghill
Electrical Engineering Technician Carlos Uriel Camacho Caceres
Border Services Charlie Durocher
Powerline Technician Christopher Bartlett
Developmental Services Worker Danielle Turner
Advertising and Marketing Communications Management David Dunlop
Chemical Laboratory Technology David White
Early Childhood Education David Brooks-Taylor
Hospitality - Hotel and Restaurant Devang Shah
Police Foundations Donovan Dulmage
Human Resources Management Ebunoluwa Ebunola Ediale
Veterinary Technician Emma Slakmon
Protection, Security and Investigation Erika Bondy
Business Administration - Human Resources Erin Mckee
Social Service Worker - Gerontology Gurpreet Singh
Tourism - Travel Hannah Dudney
Motive Power Technician Haoning Wu
Office Administration - Executive Holly Lee
Computer Systems Technology - Networking Iain Bunt
Sport and Recreation Management Jaimie Randall
Plumbing Techniques James Blonde
Computer Systems Technician - Networking Jatin Prinja
Mechanical Engineering Technology - Automotive Product Design Johnathan Rebidoux
Civil Engineering Technology Joseph Iatonna
Graphic Design Joshua Boutros
Electronics Engineering Technology - Industrial Automation Joshua Stevenson
Carpentry and Renovation Techniques Joshua Olsen
Liberal Arts Josiah Smiciklas
Interior Design Kailey Kovacs
Early Childhood Education Kailey-Renee Jackson
Business Administration - Finance Kaitlyn Pecaski
Paralegal Kareen Williams
Horticulture Technician - Landscape Karla Kroslak
Business Administration - Marketing Kelly Taylor
Business Kirandeep Kaur
Pre - Health Sciences Pathway to Advanced Diplomas and Degrees Kymberly Cole
Pre - Health Sciences Pathway to Advanced Diplomas and Degrees Laura Desrosier
Business - Marketing Lindsay Brecka
Event Management Louanne Sylvestre
Office Administration - General Lynn Wright
Business Manpreet Kaur
Construction Engineering Technician Mark Douglas Bovenkamp
Mechanical Technician - CAD/CAM Matthew Perrin
Fitness and Health Promotion Maxim Pinke
Data Analytics for Business Meenakshi Jayakeerthi
Woodworking Technician Michael Allen
Animation - 2D/3D Mikaela Coulter
Brick and Stone Mason Mitchell McPhee
Mobile Applications Development Ndricim Strazimiri
Electromechanical Engineering Technician - Robotics Nicholas Bellemore
Construction Project Management Patrick Parent
Esports Administration and Entrepreneurship Preston Calcutt
Fashion Design Technician Pritpal Kaur
Office Administration - Health Services Purnima Singh
Business - Accounting Rachel Blain
Business Ramandeep Kaur
Human Resources Management Ranjit Kaur Sidhu
Community Integration through Cooperative Education Samantha Bertram
International Business Management - Logistics Systems Sarah Groves
Computer Systems Technician - Networking Seyedmostafa Mirmohammadi
Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technician Shelby Mcphee
Occupational Therapist Assistant and Physiotherapist Assistant Stanley Marchalewicz
Social Service Worker - Gerontology Teresa Marie Solomon
Business Administration - Accounting Thador Tekhli
Autism and Behavioural Science Thomas Fawdry
Educational Support Victoria Barrette
Journalism Wafaa Al-Kudimi
Architectural Technology Xiaohan Chen
Culinary Management Yanlin Wang